Valley Vision Optometry has been Helping People Regain and Maintain Their Sight Since 1960

Macular Degeneration 

Valley Vision Optometry has been helping people regain and maintain their sense of sight since 1960. We have helped numerous patients struggling with macular degeneration and have empowered them to live their best lives. Your eyes deserve to age gracefully. Vision is a gift that deserves expert care and preservation. Take advantage of every opportunity, live every moment, and maximize your productivity. 

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Join countless individuals from all over Canada who have entrusted their vision care to Valley Vision Optometry. Take the first step towards a brighter, clearer future – schedule your appointment with Dr. Golemba and let us help you see the world with renewed clarity

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To determine if Dr. Golemba can help you with your eyecare health, schedule a complimentary consultation with him to discuss your needs and concerns.

Symptoms of Macular Degeneration:

  • Blurriness or haziness in vision 
  • Difficulty recognizing faces or objects 
  • Trouble reading or seeing details 
  • Reduced peripheral vision 
  • Sensitivity to light 
  • Seeing spots or floaters 

Causes of Macular Degeneration: 

  • Age: More common in older adults, known as age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
  • Genetics: Family history of AMD increases the risk.
  • Smoking: Significant risk factor for AMD development.
Life After Macular Degeneration

Macular Degeneration is a medical condition that causes damage to the macula, a small but important part of the retina that is responsible for central vision. This can lead to blurriness or dark areas in the center of vision, making it difficult to see fine details, read, or recognize faces.

Approximately one in 10 Americans aged 50 and older have the early form of AMD and approximately 1 out of every 100 Americans ages 50 and older have the vision threatening late form of AMD. –Prevent Blindness 
Do You Fear…
  • Loss of eyesight due to aging?
  • Glare sensitivity?
  •  Giving up your independence?
  • Night blindness isolation?
  • Floaters?
Improving Macular Degeneration

Improving Macular Degeneration involves a combination of lifestyle adjustments, medical interventions, and vision aids to help manage the condition and preserve remaining vision. 

Valley Vision Optometry’s Focus on Macular Degeneration

At Valley Vision Optometry, we understand the impact that compromised vision can have on daily activities. Our goal is to empower you to overcome these challenges and rediscover the joy of doing the things you love. Whether it’s reading, appreciating beautiful scenery, or simply enjoying your favorite TV shows, Dr. Golemba is committed to providing comprehensive low vision care tailored to your unique needs. Plan includes:

  • Tailored solutions to meet your unique needs
  • Make adjustments based on changes in your vision over time, ensuring ongoing effectiveness.
  • Targeted efforts in critical areas, such as mobility training and assistive devices.
  • Addressing functional aspects and minimizing the impact of low vision on social, professional, and recreational activities.
  • Proactive management to maintain optimal eye health and prevent potential complications.
  • Provide knowledge for active participation in your visual rehabilitation journey.

You Are Only Three Steps Away From Optimal Vision

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